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•AILI BbCWKU 4KKIES-VOL.UtI.-MO. 48«>.
THE )>4!LY RECORD-UNION.
EatcrclattbcrobtOfliccuSacianientu su second Uass matter
PUBLISHED BT THK
Sacramento Publishing Company.
WH. ■. HILU, Cennl Muager.
r*mbUeatioa Ofllee, Third St., het. J ud K.
THE DAILY RBCOKD-Vn«H
bpnblUfced tray dayot the week, Sutdafi nrcmifriii
fotootjw fg 00
Wot six month*. 3 SO
fur tin— month* J 00
Rab«criber« sored bf Owrrten at FxrriKN
CRrrs pet week. In »I 1 Interior dtie* and totroi the
pt« can be h»d <rf the principal Periodical Dealer*.
ftewdL.'ji, and Ajrenta.
AdvrrtlxliUE Kates la Dally RccurU-I aina.
One Square. 1 time M 00
OceS-iu»re, Jtlmea. 1 T6
One Squire. 3 times. J GO
Each additional time. SO
lWoek. I Weeks. 1 Month
Half Square, lit page fa SO ■ «3 50 fS W
H» • Square. 2d page 110 6 00 800
H»!J Square. 3d [.age 9 00 4 50 6 00
EaK Sqiiait. 4th pate 100 S 00 < 00
Or.oS.ju»re, Istpije. S 60 t 00 TOO
Ou« Square, 21 pago S 00 100 10 00
<-•-'■■ Sqwt', 3d page 4 00 800 8 00
O2eß.luare.itn page 3 00 4 00 6 00
Star Sotfrts, to follow reading matter, twenty-fire
k "Jt« » lw> t>r i»cb liueriion.
m Adrertteunient* of Sitiutiooa Wanted, HoUKito Let,
& ? SL ■ ''■'■■''■ ■*«•. Of riTI LIKM OB LESS, Will be
■ iMerted In tke Daily Bsookd-Ukioh aa followi :
I fic-ttae Beenta
' Ttr»st!mt« MoenU
™ ».-tk JJoenti
asT»n wonU it eonrtKnte a ltoe.
THE MllklY I MO!*
rr.'..iiihrd In wml-weeklr :*rt»)
b hB3~" on "<-.".■ int-eday and Baturdaj of eaefa weak,
comp-liii.ii h..-bt Piwe« In uach imae. or Sixteen Paget
«<* we k. a:irt ij die cheapest and mot aeab&ble
Borne. N«- ; and UUmtj Journal publuned on the
Padn (. it
XercM, One Year $3 to
S*ml-WV«-l;ly Lnlon AdvrriUing Kates.
Half Bunarc, 1 time HOC
Kaoh additional time X
Dos fxiurati. 1 time 100
a"f.-:h*dJ:ti „*■■ time , 1 00
WANTED, LOST AND FOUND.
AdrertlseaienM of ere Unea Id this department are
n»jrvd for -J tvnta for on* time : three thues fcr 50
•ecU or 75 oecti per week.
WANTED -FIVE DOZES FRES A EGGS,
which hive been laid on the same dav. Ad
dress F. D., this office. n2 2t*
WANTED - A COM PETEVI 1 DRUGGIST.
• Inquire at KIDOBWAY'S DRUG STORE,
J street, between Second and Third. Reference re
quired. nl St
LOST- A BLACK SETTER PUP t___-s
about 8 months old ; four white X*3s£?
feet and white spo". on breast ; answersifc^^^S
to th* name of " Nij; ;" had a leather collar in. If
the finrier will return the Pup to 41(i P street he will
be suitably icnar.lid. nl-3t
CARPENTERS WASTKD-BY THF. NATOMA
Water and i!inin^ Company, Folsorn, Cal
i^'i?
PLOW TSAIIS, GOOD WOODCBOPPESS AND
Grubbers cin find cnipl-rment at the N'ATOMA
WATER & MINING COMPANY, Fubom, Cal.
028-2w
IJKRSONAL-JOKN PRATOR T.MMOS.S Is A
risick-.t .f l!r/d»h\w Citv, Vavapii county,
Arir-ina Tor !'■ rv. .itid isde^ir. in of in/ormine his
H-t-rs, Mia. Sjr.h I Qtlunii and Mr?. Ann Klizi
Ridor, and his brother, William 0. Timmon», of his
whereabouts. 027-lm*
OITOLEN- A KIHTY II'JAN HuRSE.^-V
C3 »eieht 1,000 to 1,100 ; right hind JiiitX
tx>t spotted ; brand P under mane, rizM/~tTf\ m
ade of neck ; paces and trou. 425 rewaro Mr in
formation leading to recover}' of horse. Stolen
June Ist, or thereabout. N. J. GEE it,
oSJ-lm* El Dorado. Cal.
WANTED-M^LE: FOUR RANCH HANDS,
*30 ; two Milkers, 830 ; Man to drive sand
team, fc!0 ; Woodchoppers, t\ 75 to Si per cord.
r"emait : Wora»n and Girls for Housework, $15 to
t-20; two Wai'«r Girls for hotel. MASTERS &
• CO.'S Employment Offiu-e, No. 1025 Eighth street,
"ear K. o7tf
WANTED.
TITAL^: TWO CARI'KNTEFS, A HARNESS
ItX Maker, C Ranch Hands, 10 Woodchoppers, 4
Waiters. KHAIS: s-ix Girls for Housework, 2
Chamber (1 rls. an Ip-tairs Girl, 2 Girls to Wait and
do Chamberwork, 3 Nurse Girls.
Applv to HOCaroN & CO.'S Kmployment Office,
F v-th ami K streets, Sacramento. aul3 lptf
xi X-
T0 LET 0B FOR SALE.
HOP LAND FOR BALE-9O ACRES ASMft
nne land as i-an be f"und anyv.hcre mfl|
in ntttt*. This farm h&H buinluik'S aniia^^M.
is w^il improved otherwise. Price, SlO 000 ItMiuire
1)1 CARL STKOIiKL, J street. n23f
ORLEANS HOTF.I. — FIRST-CLASS FUR
iiislu-d sad unfuniifhed rtioms r . let to gentle
men or fan:. Uds bv the d»y, week or month. 1018
Becond rtrect, between J and K. UliS. H. W. OGG,
Pro; >rietr<*«. ttM
OJUF.EP FOB SALE. IV LOTS TO
t^ Wit. FARMS and Hop LAND t.. jBtSgP
let. Ant>lv t: DR. C.vPLES, TnrlyWHß
mil s eai-t o! Bmrintnto. 014 lm" aJUaUa
FOR SALE —A liLACKSMITH_ r-< - M^^«
v■ ■■ ( ■ i niii!!:!,.- „r. »-r.
Good house, Lurnn, etc., at Mi<-hii-i>n
lUr, S'«ri-". ■.:■ i-..imtv. Al-j'iv to i*33Kafe39B
W. A. BROWN, <>n the PMOUim or by letter.
olOlm'
TO LEASE OR SELL.
TT^ROM 3(10 TO I.OOS ACRES OF THK BEST
1 11 ■;. •r"I l l i I -.ii.i . ■ . ' Gf>od
Hop P.>l<M for H-ile, at il per hundred (standing);
raiiroad through the land. See WILLIAM HICKS,
Cosumnes ; „r, T. L. ACOCK, No. 904 Seventh
fltrtet, Sacr.n'..«Mit.i. *»20-lplm*
FOF^SALE.
Mf FARM, OF 1.-.1l ACRK^i, MTIWTED Jjga
upon the ea«t b»nk of the Sacramento 99t
river, abo<:t f-mr mites below Sicmroento city,***^"
and on both siles of the Riversile r .ad. To those
who kn7W this farm noil i' a need be said in praise
of its quality ; those unacquainted with it, who are
desirous of i>urc!iisin< a firdtclass place, will find
this farm whoUj of ihe best erade of bottom lands,
and thoufrii now suostly in alfalfa, is uf tne very best
hop land la !!:e State. One hn f the purchase money
can remain on mortgifre for a term to suit the pur*
cluserat; p rrent. per annum. Also, 13 acres of
No. 1 land, lyirtjr just east of Sicr rniento Htv, next
to the Aikeu Orchard. w. S. MESICK.
li. C. 027-tf
JOHSMT.STOLL,
Ho. 610 K street, Sf.crameato, Cil.,
w_2\ Manufacturer of
* \ >• »11 k!nu» of BAD
-2ii \ j£/- DLES.HAIiNEsS,
/T ; —— ' ■•'/ "?' \ '«..\,\i,< s\L>
\ DLE-TREES, etc.
- -'ff> ii\ Itr.p..rte^ and
■ of the bf-st
i" i"'i BV 'P ■■■•■qual.tv of SAD
WARE, WHIPS.
'- 1 UOBKS, BLANK
ITS, HRCBHES,
IV - etc. Mv>;o.dsare
t - j (,''">raiiteed t4> be
• I \ •* rcpresettod.
V\-|t'" ',' DIP.F-T I.KTTKRg:
y- . / , box 6t,
Sarrr.mciilo.
nVlrlm
G. GRIFFITHS,
PENRYN
' j GEIBITEWORKS
PEIfCTX. CAL.
Sl^L^rpHE BEST VARIETY ANI
A Lanrtst Quarries on the
. — Jlt^cinc Coast. Polished Granite
Monuments, Ton.ustones and Tablets made to order
MT «.r U .ill. Building Mono Cal, I'rrs.rd
mi>! I'.iil.!' •: !■• nr.lr. »U.1..;n
STAR MILLS AND MALT HOUSE,
SKCBOIKC £ LAVES,
T^T OS - - 0 ' ■ AJJD m FIFTH ST., SACRAMENTO,
X^ dealers la Produce and Brewen' Supplies, Man
u'»ctu en of Mai! and ail kinds of Meals ; Oauneal,
Comnieal, < ra.ked Wheat, Graham Flour, Buck!
wheat Flour, etc New Grain Bafrs for sale Areota
or Buckeye Mil.n F;.n:r. *farynvili«. aul'-lp
WTXCOX& WHITE OHGANS
—AT VAUBOOKS Or
■o. SM i street,- ftunuurnu
JV 3oid on the Irntallmimt plae. Orders for
TUNING promptly attended to. »uSO lpl m
SACRAMENTO DAIL Y RECORD-UNION.
fIALE BBOS. & 00.
OUR LARGE TRADE
— ma- the —
Dress Goods Department
IS DUE TO MERIT .AJLONE !
We have not said roach about these goods, but know
the people are generally splendid judges of their
wearing apparel, and go where they can
do the best, regardless of induce
ments offered on paper.
We believe in advising the people of what we have, and then |
rely on their superior judgment, rather than to misrepresent through
these columns, and then rely on selling them goofe at a handsome
profit after offering " Unheard ot Inducements," etc. Our trade in
this department is not obtained by blowing, but is ever increasing,
I because of the decided advantages given as regards assortment,
pi 11 Q [I^TT of TT| Q TM M T"iT*l (*&
WE HAVE A MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT,
AMD PROBABLY OUR LINE OF
DRESS GOODS AND SILKS
Far Ahead of Any in Sacramento,
CHOICEST GOODS IN THE MARKET,
Very Lowest Figures
BLACK GOODS DEPARTMENT :
BLACK GUINET SILK, 22 inches wide (excellent valae) at 31 2" pei yard
DAMASSE (3 ATIN -FINISH), 31 35 per yard
BLACK CASHMERE ALEXANDRA, at SI 75, $2. $2 25 and §2 50 per yard
BONNET BLACK SILKS, at $2, $2 r>o, *3 and S3 50 per yard
CASHMERE DE SOIE at SI 75 and 92 per yard
DRAP DE LYON at $2 and $2 50 per yard
GAMBETTA CLOTH (All-wool). 44 inches wide, at CO cents per yard
CONTELLA CORDS, 45 inches wide, at SI per yard
CREPE FOULE 75 cents and SI 25 per yard
LLAMA CLOTH, 45 inches wide, §1 per Tar ,i
DRAP DE ALMA, at SI 25, SI 50 acd SI " per yard
JUS'S? RBCBIVS33.
DieEtT FKOM THE M i\S F K n SM U-.
100 PIECES OF BUCK CASHMERES
It is not an easy matter to get at the exact value of a
BLACK CASHMEEE, BUT THESE AEE MAEKED SO LOW,
that you will at once recognize that we buy our CASHMEEES by
the solid case, direct frcm headquarters ; nor do we get overstocked
;in doing this, as our five stores can easily sell that amount in a
short time. We £ay this much, not expecting you to buy of us
until after a fair comparison, but to call your attention to these
goods that you may come and see for yourselves.
COUNTRY ORDERS rilled promptly, and, if not satis
factory, money refunded.
HALE BROS. & CO.,
829, 831, 833, 885 E street,
1026, NINTH STREET, SACRAMENTO.
SACRAMENTO, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1882.
MISCELLANEOaS.
Palmer & Sepulveda,
DRUGGISTS,
Northeast Corner Second and K sucets, Sacramento.
Special attention given to Compounding Prescriptions-ac--J
curacy and absolute purity guaranteed. S
a^ Mj
Shnrt ihpq P rp.QPJif q I
111 Idllilllu 1 1 Ouulllu ■
y^Bluminated Note Papeiy^v
y^Promenade Bags, Portfolios/S<v
/^ Paper Knives, Cigarette Cases/%s.
y? Cigar Cases, Magic Charm Pencils,^^
N\ Glove and Handkerchief Cases,
Fancy Inkstands, Gold Pens,
>^I«etter Cases, Book Marks,
N^Ash Holders, Checkers^J^
J? Christmas Heticules,
jf Chromos on White Satin,
Autograph and Photograph
>^Albums, Etc., Etc. A large Stock ofV
In Endless Variety,
>. For Javeniles and Adults, in y
>^ paper, cloth, arid rich
208-210 J STREET.
THEFACiiiKOAsr. til |J * B jf !=■ MACHINERY
Hliklh ol Boxen on hand ">~J IL~Jt M^- G tL_3 — FOR—
and Made to Order. &^r M — mxa '^& rot i'Kl >Tl >«.
CAPITAL BOX FACTORY CORNER SECOND AND Q STREETS
Depot t J>«.. bet, from and >ec nwd (next drvor to W. R. Strong A Co.) NICHOLS & CO. »17 Ip6m
SAN FBANGISCO GAEDS.
SAN FRANCISCO
BusinessDirectory
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
Cenrce A. Darin A Co —Manufacturers' AgenW,
327 Mid 329 Market street.
Baker A Hamilton— lmporters ol A«ricjKura!
Implements ami Har.iware ; Agents of the Beriicia
AiiT"l Works. Junclion Market, Pise and la . La aus.
ARTISTS
n«n»eworth— Optiuunand Photographer, No. 12
Monteomur}' stroot. Established in lbSl.
BUSINESS COL.LEQE3.
Pacific Bn«lBCM College >..>.» Telegraphic
Institute— {lite Scbol.-ir.tiip, for fu'l Bu?in««
Oiurse, S7O). W. E. ChambarUln, Jr., a»d T. A.
Hoblnson, Propriotorf , ITo. 32'J Pc«t street, oppo
site Colon Square, S. i\, ('_;. Sead fur Circulars.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS.
Stnilebaker Bros. M.innfarisrioit t'o. — Re
rxwitory, 81 Market street A. :I liham, M.u.sK'jr.
DRUGS, CHiJisIICALS.
'SHtln t-ates.- Pioneer Diagdg^ raiaoved to 722
VoutKomery St., 3. F. Cou-.try orlers solicited.
ECUCATIOKAI.-.
School or Civil Enslaeerli-.g. nnrverln«
DrawiD^Mid Assaying, ii Pint it. A. Vin der ii!:..:i
HATS.
C Hf r- ir.ant! * ro.— Unaufactnr. ra and Im
.porivrs. No. 336 Kfarny« , i;.a.-P:!.o. TheQnest
" hat.9 at the lowest prices. Factory : 17 Bcldec st.
HARDWARE, IRON, STEEL, ETC.
Uawlry Bro».' Hardware Co.— ldt .rtvni of
Hardware and AsTicutturU iinptemeiitt*, Nob.
BOS, 306, 307 and 309 Market street, Ssn Francisco.
Carolan, Cory & Co.— lmporters of Horuwire,
Iron »ud Steel. Aifena for Uie Pitteburg Steel
Wcrks, Nt rthwest^rn Borne Nail Company, and
SouthinKVm Cutlury Co. Ken. 120 and 1-22 Front
street. »nd Nos. 117 wiu US Caliiornia street
RESTAURANTS.
Swain'* Family Bchrrr and 9lcij«
g^looD — No. &30 Market street. WVMluje e*Kcs,
Ice creain, cy?ter9, jellies, etc, cousttctly n h&nd
rurdUes sufplied. _
RUBBER AND~OIL GOODS.
Tke CSatta Percha and Bobber *t*nnfa«-t
-nring Company — M«iiU.'icturtrj o« P.abber Qools
ol every (iesenp'-ion. Patentees of the celebrated
" lla'teie OroBS Brand" Carboli2ed Hose. Corner
Flrtt and Market sUeets. J. W. Taylor, il*n»«rer
STATIONERS, PRINTERS, ETO.
H. «. Crocker a Co.— lmpcrtlnir and Manufact.
arioKStatloDera, PrinUrs and Lithographers, Nue
115, 217 and 210 Bosh street, above S*nsome
SACRAMENTO REOORD-UNION
Ban Fmrr!-™ Ofllee. Ko. 8 >< i> Monlemu
ery Btrwt (Palace llotei). — J. H. Pi-arpe, Avent.
~~P>ONEER LIVERY~STA3LE.
T. D. BCRT7ER Propriejoi.
TJACKS ON CALL AT ANT Horß,«.
[J_ day or nlzht. Coupes, Phaetons, Sufel
Roadways, Bar..«ohe«, Eu*rpieii, with the tj' 7} I
bect ro^dsUr* to be found in any lirerj stable 5
the coast, for hire. Bcreea km in ll»ery at rnuor.
able ratus. Livery Stable on Fourth street, between
land J.
COAL OIL STOVES
JfSJi, AU SIZES FOR COOKIHC 0B PARLOR
f( Ml USE. Sel1 " 'or Circular aud Price*.
fgYri ' — r * CO., 17 New Vott
*ißtjprzomsr]ritreet,aanrrandMO. mST-lptt
eBDTI'B, SEEDS AND PBODIJOE.
D. DEBFnNARDI & CO.
General Commission Merchants,
nilMl'tir. AND KETAiL IHAIrES
Tropical, Calif ornian and Oregon
FRUIT AKD NUTS;
ItuCior, Esss, rotsltry, tin in r, Honry,
VEGKTABLES. FISH, OYSTERS, ETC.
t3T Country orders promptly attended to. Ttl
No*. 318 and 310 K •: i--.-r. gacramrnto.
S2BJ ptf
(Established 1852.)
«ue«xi j. onisoop.T. trvwk orssort.
GREGORY & CO.
(Sucojssora to J. Gregory),
COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND WHOLESALE
Dealers i:i PRODUCE AND FRUIT.
!»««. 14« oad tin J street.
sn-lpU _ _ SKmmento, Cal.
S. GEPiSON & CO,
GENESAL pnmnMKW JaZSCHAKI'S, ANC
Dealers In
len?orc«d end I^inesitc Jfrriu, ¥egete>
ble«, Hut*, Etc-
Ko. 2^o J rtreet, h«two«n Secoac nd Thta, H*cn
'-"•"="■ «?-!»
WILLIAM M. LYON,
(S'lccMsor t-j LTOX i BARNES),
COMSIISSIOX MERCiSAM
ANU W.;oI.RSALK L'KALKR IN
i* -v o 13 a a £1 ,
NO3 117. 119 ANO I23JSTHEET.
021-lptf
FRUIT DEALERS,
/T AVISO RF^OVED TO MORE COMMODIOUS
JLX premises, »!■ h»ve enlarged our etock. We
oCer yoo cho e Apples, fre« lion wornw, Lomona
Lime«, Oranyes, Dried Fruits, Nuts, Datts, Unr.od
Ooods, etc., U Tery low prices.
M. T. BP.EWER * CO
1006 to 1010 3«oond street, between J ard K'sairm
mento - au?2-tf
W. R. STRUNQ & COT"
WholssaJe SommLffliGn Mercaants
lsd b«al»« ni ku. rasa of
iAinr*sm «:<i.m a \d dlizb feu; r-
NTJTB, HOKET, SEED
And SemenU MereluißaiM.
mr All orders promptly attaoded 10. Adilrss* I
W. B. STRONG * 00
»n«-lplHi Nog. a >n^ ln j wtnet. Bacrwnw^r.
MONEY TO LOAN
MISCELLANEOUS.
5t»|OBl|l
ftj»^ THECREAT _-|t#
FOB
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lrmbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest
Gout, Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frostes
Feet end Ears, and all other
Pains' and Aches.
TTo Preparation on earth equali St. Jacobs Oii
a» a m stirr, simple and cheap Kit-rim
Remedy. A trial entails but ta» comparatiTe:j
trifliug cntlay of 50 (ints, and eyt-ry one tntTeriDg
with pain cm hare cheap and poditive proof of iu
claims.
directions tn P3eTen I.nr jiiag^j.
BOli^ BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALEEr
IN MEDICINE.
A. VOGEUER «fc CO.,
Baltimore. Md.. IT. 8.
BROWN'S
IRON
BITTERS
will cure dyspepfia,heartburn, mala
ria, kidney disease, liver complaint,
and other wasting diseases.
BROWN'S
IRON
BITTERS
enriches the blood and purifies the
system; cures weakness, lack of
energy, etc. Try a bottle.
BROWN'S
IRON
BITTERS
is the only Tron preparation that
does not color the teeth, and will not
"cause headache or constipation, as
other Irou preparations will.
BROWN'S
IRON
BITTERS
Ladies and all sufferers from nett
ralcjia, hysteria, and kindred com
plaints, will find it witliuut an equaL
AYEE-S
CHERRY PECTORAL,
•^FOR
DISEASES OF THE THROAT AXD ITXCS,
si'ch as <-<>n;ns, coi.r.s, wnoop-
I.\«i I'WIVII. UUOM'IIITIS,
ASTUJIA, A>'D < O\SI JIP
TIOS.
if~~x rFl IIf; . *' EW coMro
f'Q t t * . 2 eition** which hav*
y^^ |V r* J * wcn *- no eonnJ'.-nce of
G*^k \i%ld '^* n^'ikit.-! and brcnm*
tfsimk JiWjS \\J) l.o'i-i'h'ild imrd«, anionn.
$i*3&» JStfvs/'^— "^ '"'' ""- °" e ''"'■ " a "- v
E^^fc nation.- 1 , niu^t have eK-
K JBb*i>i*~si ■._"" M:-anrdinary virtues. Per
ti jS^aK^-^ uip- 1." one ever secured
MJj vv 17?*^ 2tP : r^' " * wWt a reputation, or
y*fflfe^j£jsiSjs*K]| I'ECTOKAL. It has heck
MB^^Jfe|Sßs!s^. : i'«'*t"f'irt'v yenrs/'by •
'oiil: c l^ i.iinuc-a t-crits of riarvt lous cures, that have
■TOO (or it a cont'idi-ncc in its viriucs never equaled
!^ nny n'.hor nii'iliiine. It still makes the wof
tffoctui! cures of COL'GIi.-!, C'LUS, CONSUHI"
lION, tlwt enn be made by mediaU skill. Indeed,
the t't*i:i(KV FMTOIIAL h.is really rohl>ed
tlusc cancerous ilisca-t s of their terrors u. a ureit
extent, and iriven a feeling of immunity from tlielr
fainful effeett, that is well founded, if the remedy
e taken In fc<» n. Every family should hive it It
their cl??et for the rra.ty and prompt relief of It*
members. Mckncas, puff-, rlnjr, and even life isi'-wo*
fey this tim ly defense. The prudent should net
neulcct if, and the ui*c "ill not. Keep it by you for
the protection it ;B >id» by its early use iu ruddei
.Hack.
DR. I C. AYER & CO,,
ion 1 1 • . MASS.,
Praetlcnl ami Anal) Ural Clirn.lftU.
SOLD BY ALL DRfCO.ISTS AND DEALKRS IN
MLDIUNE.
KIHK, GEARY & CO.
Whi. !»«*!«• Acrntii.. *»mrrtrnt».
TO BARLEMROWERS.
AFTLL SUPPLY OF THE CELEBRATED
and prolific
WOODS' SIX-ROWED BARLEY,
Can now be procured for feid. Average yield, 125
bushels per acre, and weiehs ten pounds more per
buahel thm any other barley; very superior for
brewing; d<x s not fall down or 10-Ue, and stools
more th»n any other kuown. C«ll upon or address
BuoTfl & CO.,
27-1 ptf Frnnt street. Smramontn
PRCENIX MILLS,
CEO. SOHROTH & CO., PROPRIETORS.
SACRAMENTO, CAL.,
Manufcctuienof finest brand o
NEW PROCESS FLOUR.
ALBO, CORN KKAL, CRACKED WITKAT
Oattce»l Buck» hnat and Orahun Floor.
•MBit
PACIFIC SLOPE.
A .Miner «'rmtbed to Death— Trotting at
Vllroy— sSalrs In Sonora— Verdlrt of a
• <>r»in !•■» Jnry— Uobberr at Bine tan-
yon-Campaign Meeting! Kdiinrallon
•r Milrlfir tvralhrr Keporln- Baß fran
clsco News- Etc.
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CALIFORNIA.
TUe Weather.
h. 1110 *) 18 ™' ** ovemh *r 3 '.-The storm b«s
i i "i 0^ 1 ftn labh of raiQ . It is stUl
cloudy aud threatening.
Scisun November il-Elghty-five hu".
dredths of an ir.ch of ruin fell here last night,
and it is still raining.
Haywards November 21.-A heavy rain
storm reached this valley Wednesday, and
about an inch and a half of rain felJ. The
prospects are good for more.
Emigkant Gap, November 2 L— lt snowed
hard all day yesterday, six icehes falling.
The mills have all been shut down, the teams
are all gone out, and with this Btorin the
season's W( rk closes.
North San Juan, November 2d.— After
two weeks' f-ir weatle.-, a rain-stoir/i com-
MM(d cs ly yesterday mornirg, and this
hour (noon) still continues, with no indica
tions of cetsatioD.
Makysville, Novnmber 21.— 1t has been
raiDirg fit.c 9 n.iinight. Up to 2p. M. the
fall i- X,~ of an inch. It is still rauiicg
steadily.
Aeblckli, November 2J.-KigMy.five onc
hutdredths of an inch of rain has fallen up
ts 1 p. ii., and it is still raining.
Pitaluma, November 2 i.— The rain which
set in at 7 P. M. yesterday continued through
out the night, and it has stormed here heavily
all day. From present indication this U but
a brginning of a protracted i<torm.
Princeton (Colusn county), November 21.
It has r^ioed all day h.rs, and looks like
more. Wind aculh, light, and temperature
moderating.
Yreka, November 2d. — A heavy rainpt^Tm
<• .in:: ecftd this afternoon, acd still c~ntui
nee. There is a large amount of freight at
Redding, and four cents U now offered team
sters to hurry it here. There was sixteen
inches of enow on Scott mountain yesterday,
and twelve inches at the Strawberry valley
divide, in the vicinity of Mount Shast*. The
stages have changed to winter time, owing to
the bad condition of the roads.
San Francisco, November 2d. — The rain
fall to-d»y amounted to 1.85 icche', makin? a
tutil of 2.22 inches for the month, ard j 14
laches for the Beacon.
State Politics.
San FR.\rcisco, November 2d.— A Repub
lican m'ii<a meeting was held to-night at
Vlatl's Hull. It was addretsed by ex-Senator
Booth and J. S. Thber.
San Feascisco, November 23. — General
RoeCrats addressed a Democratic meeting
to-night at Golden Gate Hall, uEder the
auspices of Democratic Club No. 47.
At the Republican meeting to night at
Platt's Hall, P. B. Cornwall, Chairman of
the State Central Committee, announced that
rccst cheering advices had been received from
every county ia the State, and the country
will send into San Fraccitco a msj >iity of
5.C00 for the entire ticket.
James H. Budd and John R. Glarcock,
Democratic nominefs for CoDgresa, addcess°d
a metrtiLg to-nij;ht ia Gtrmania Hal), Oak
land.
Spasishtows, November 21.— Gsorge H.
Back, Dcm< cratic candidate for District At
torney, is addressing a meeting at Pacific Hall
on the issues of the dsy,
Makysviixb, November 21 — A Republi
cau meeting thU evenirg waa addressed by
Attorney General Hart. He expressed no
opinion on the debris queaci<:rj, and made no
pi. '!,•:.- of any sort.
Merced, November 2.1. — Robert Ash ad
dressed the Republicans of this town to-niyht.
Santa Aka, November 2J — The Demo
crats are holdisp a iiieeLiug this cvenire in
Spureeon's new hal'. l!>;r. H. V. Del Vale
is now speakiut; aud S. il. White is to f jllow.
Dixon, November 2d.— Henry Hasbadi.
of San Francisco, in addres-iog a Democratic
moetiDchero toriightin the German laDcujge.
Rio Vista, November 2d — The Repub
licans had a meeting here tonight. The
speakers were Mr. Barnes, of Vklleio, can
didate for Afsemblyniftn. J. M. Dudley, of
Diron, let Sfnator, A. J. Buckles, of Su?ua.
for District AttorLey, and Mr. Carapbtll, of
Vallej >.
.1. w. Mmanton Dead.
Napa, Novembsr 2J.— J. W. Simo^tiTi
dipd RuHdealy at his residence r.ear Naj.a at
7:20 thisereninf.
Mikide Throush Drlok— Dividend De>
elared.
Sas Francisco, Novembar 2 ■}.— Fred. G.
Kuhl, a German, aged about 30, employed
for several year.l as a report r on the Laic
Jourjial.tksd previously on other jiap?r?, com
uir.ini suicide by hanging himself this morn
ing to a fetcj on the sand lot. Cause, tem
porary insanity from drink.
Navaj > dtc'.area a dividend of twenty-fire
cents per share.
Supposed Murderer* Arrested.
San Frascisco, November 21. — A man
and woman, giving the names of Alfred An
dtraon ard iiurtie Nelson, were arrested htre
to-night on a di-tpatch from the Chief cf
Police of P.irtUnd, Or. They had just ar
rived from Victoria on thesteairship Dakota.
These parties are accused cf beiag concerned
ia the murder of Carl Anderson, whose body
was f v.'-i! la.it week on Swan l j !. :>], a few
miles below Portland. The condition of the
body was euch as to leave no doubt that An
derson was u^urdcred. The vouim arreeted
was the former mutre.-s of the murdered man,
aud the oth€r pritouer is his brother. Bjth
parlies prnU'st their innocence, r.nd claim
that they know nothing of the murder.
Valuable Careo— California Coaming Unb.
San Frakcisco. November 2i. — The cargo
cf the steamsliip Oceauic, which arrived here
last night, ia valued at §1">9,000.
The California Conrsing Club met yester
day evening, and made final arrangements for
thiir fall meeting, which will come <ff at
Merced on the lo.h aud ICth of November.
Bold and Daring Robbery.
Blue Canton, November l' I.— A bold and
dnring robbery occurred at this place on the
night of Octiber Slat. S. C. /ordan's eafa
was fobbed of $784. There is no clue to the
robbers yet. The officers are making a dili
geat search. Oue hundred dollars r » t>i.l for
thiir capture is ( tiered.
Itureg at Cllroy.
Gilrot, Xoven.ber 2i.— To-day's trottioß
race waß advertised fir L'hmarck, San Juan
Belle and Jm-e D.Carr's h»y horse Joe. Only
Bismarck at ■■! San Juan Belle Htartcd. liis
marck to k the last thres heats, and the purae
of $150. Best time, 2:41.
Bexpnniilble Tur the Death of IIU 'Wire.
Sasta Barbara, November 2i. — The
Coroner's jury charge J. W. K-imes with pro
curirg the ar-er.ic which caused the cltr.th of
his wife, fiii's him responsible for her deatb,
and order his arrest.
'I f nner j- Barned.
\Vat3o:;vili.k, Noveruliar 2i.— About 7
o'clock last nigbt the Schanbauher tannery
was found to ba ia fl imes. Every effort wss
made to tave i ( , bat to no avsil. Some ct the
taLbaik was f: ved, after desptiate tffirtu by
the Bremen. Tha Ichs will he fr-m $12 000
to §15,000 ; in.-urauce. 81,500. It w:is very
likely the work of an i ecu .iary.
*i:i.'ii\i.
Hatlrr* In Bouore— A tiorernnr In Bnd
Odor.
Tccsos, November 2d. — The Btmr't »peci»l
from liuty mas, Mexico, November 2J, e»VB :
The Govfmor left thin city on the 2S;b
ultimo. HU troops were marched to the
depot to ro to Hermosillo, but revolted and
surrendered their arms to Colouel Gatcift,
commander of the Fe-Jeral troopa here. He
then left on ■■ rpcciil train with only 32 r.,en
out of the 150 !.-. had at ! ; .r-\ the members of
the L'i<isUture and hi^ employes. Utfore
his arrival at Uermn.illo the State troops in
that rity all mrrendcred their arms to Gen
eral Keyf », and "C hix arrival the escort of 32
men did the line. General Reyes pave au
fisooit to the Governor to protect him from
the popuiare from the station to hu re.-idencs.
The p- puUce »[ [ e.rfd indignant with hire,
hi.' he wr.» greeted »ith shouts ot
''Death to the Governor!" "Down wi:h
the tyrant ." Public icdicnation appeared
:h" same nn the followinz days. He asked
(COM the LarJaJatHi a bave of <*'< ?■!■■■ of
three monthp, which was granted. Oa the
evening of the 29. h he was attacked by the
popnhca in hi« hose, endeavoring to break
in. General Keyea wss compelled to send
Federal troops to quell the mob and save hit
life. The city authorities are perfectly pow
erleM to protect him. He promised to leave
DAILY RECORD
the State immediately, and the next day he
left on a special traiD, with a guard giv-jn by
General Reyes to protect him from insults
and attempts at assassination. H e was ac
companied by some members of the Leaisla
tare and the Prefect from Guaymae Ail is
now peace and .iaiet. Busing, Whiph tor
some days had heen paraljzed, is reviving.
V ice-Governor Kscalante is now acting.
Fire :in.t Bur 8 l»ry.
Tucsos, November 2d.— A Wiilcox special
to the Omaat says : At 12:23 last night a
fire was discovered in tbe Btore of Fall,
Smith & Co. The cause of the fire is un
known. The damage is about $300. The
night before the same store was entered by
burglars, who took money, pistols and pocket
knives to tbe amount ef S6O.
ikii.
Mlaer Caved on am! Killed.
Salt Lake City, November 2d.— James
McNeill, a miner, was killed about 12 o'clock
last night by a cave in the Cuamon Mam
moth mine. He was caught by the falling
timbers, and killed instantly. He came from
Colorado last month. There is nothing to
show where McNeill is from, but his fellow
miners think he is from Pennsylvania.
MBMM.
Beaolved to 'Shame OfT*'— Fatal B»nll,
Poutland, November 2d.— The following
note was picked up yesterday by a farmer
living near I'ekin, W. T.: " Ou U.ia 4iu doff
of August I contemplate suicide, which I will
do upon wnticg this, by jumpier in the Col
umbia river. Any person finding this will
confer a favor by advising my parents at Chi
™T?; ,^| ir!M E - H - Bronston, Chicago.
Walla \\ alia papers please copy." Kronaton
wa« a farmer, and bad hid trrnble with a
neuhu.ir and uufppe*red ihiee icl thi- »gc.
W. Hani-ion Butl«r, injured by cars in
Ei6t I'orllaad last Saturday, died t>da7 of
his injuries.
HA-I||-..T(H TERRITORY.
Extensive Shlpplnc Bu«lnt»».
Featti.e Nuvatnber 2 i.— Twenty four
deei.-wnter sail ves33ls, engaged in the f>rei^n
trade, trrived in the district, of Pusjet Sound
during the month of October. They came
from Mexico. Hawaii >n liland-, I\>tu. Brazil,
Japan and Australia, and are br.ucd, when
loaded, for the Hawaiian Inlands, Per-j, Chilp
Australia, Fiji Mania and China. During
the same month fifteen ships sailed from the
district for foreign ports, carrying cargoes of
lumber.
SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS.
Fourteen Chinamen, arrested Tuejdoy
night for visiting a gambling den, were
ficed *2C each, by Judge Uostnbanm, yes
terday.
Three additional charees for forgery have
been booked to Louis Joces, alias Lttliog
wel', the young Petaluma forcer who was
■nested last week en three like charges.
It is expected that the fucoral of the
late Frederick MacCielhsh will take place
from Qnee <hurch Saturday, though no
definite arrangement has jet been made.
The class of ? S3 of St. Mary's College
will commemorate the festival of All Saints
en next Sunday afternoon by literary exer
cises in the college, beginning at 2 o'clock.
The Custom-house officers Tuesday night
arrested 6 Chnt«n« named Ah limp, on
a charge of smuggling half a pound of
opium on the Austrahan steamship Zea
land ia.
The artist, Mr. Hay pertberger, has called
for estimates on etone work for the Gar
field monumeut, and has selected architects
Townsend and \Vyneken to attend to the
masonry, which will be erected in Golden
Gate Park.
1 here were 273 patients admitted to the
County Hospital during October, UGS were
there on September 3Otb, 194 were dis
charged, 21 left in disgust, 30 died, and 4
were sent to the Alms House, leaving 388
patients now in the hospital.
A libel has been filed in the United
States District Court by the Pacific Coast
Steamship Company and Captain Alex
ander against the steamship Empire for
salvage. The Queen encountered the Em
pire disabled on her way down from Port
land, and towed her into port.
Harry N. Moree has organized a force of
patrolmen, kcown as the Merchants', Bank
ers' atd Manufacturers' Police, similar to
l'iiikertcn's Detectives atd other organiza
tions in the Eastern Stateß. They will be
uniformed almost like the regular otfic: r3
of this city and will perform the duties of
the specials. The force is under the cap
tainship of John Curtin, for fifteen years
connected with the Piukerton agency at
Chicago.
The United States District Attorney has
decided not to abide by the decision of Act
ing Secretary French concerning the immi
gration rights of Chinese who were Cali
fornia residents before the Swift treaty
went into force. A test case is to be made
with the first Chinaman of that category
who arrives. He will be arrested, and the
steamer which brings him will bo seized.
The cafe, if necessary, will be carried up
to the United Sates Supreme Court.
The Board of Regents of the State Uni
versity met at their rooms on Pine Btreet
Wednesday afternoon. The principal tusi
nesß of the meeting was the conferring of
degrees upon students of the Uuivensity,
on recommendations of the faculty. The
following were presented fcrdegiecs in the
College of I'harmscy by Emlcn i'air.tcr,
Dean of the Department : E.jiil Rappers
bergtr, Itobtrt I^eicfsttr Jiill, Jmnts WU«
son Tyrcn. Franklin Theodnre Green,
Eugene D'Artenay, Wilfred Monta}<ne
Young, Russell Henry Judeon, Cbarles
Lott B;rtin"ton, Djvid Wright, Joßcph
Calegari*, Arthur H. H. Sn:ith, Jthn
Henry Bailiat, Charles M?rtin Trappman
and Martin .iamea Murphy. It. A. Mc-
Lean, Dean of the Medical Department,
presented the following for the decree of
Doctor of Med-oine : Bernhardt H. Bau
meister, R. Innis Brojiley, L°onidaa S.
Burrhard, James M. Alathcweon, Oecrga
W. Merritt, Mary W. Moody, Henry L.
Mucnter, Thc-mas J. Pktteim, J.ieeph
R. l'aync, John B. Tos-ley, Thomas B.
Reardon, Elizabeth S. Senter, Jatnrs Stan
ton, Johu M. Stuart and Albert I. Tar
ter. In the decree of Doctor of Dental
Surgery, S. W. Dennis, Dean of the Den
tal Department, presented the following :
Thomas \V. Hall, Charles \Y. Richards,
W. H. Stanley, Gustav W. Sicbc!, M. D.,
and August Van Cromburgghe.
Bright's Disease, Diabetes.
Beware of the stnff that pretends to cure
these diseases or other serious Tsidner, Uri
nary or l.iver I)u;j-ei, :t- they <.nly relieve
for a time and make yoa tea tirue« worse
sfierward?, but ri'ly Bolely on Hop Bitters,
the r.nly rerne iy tliac will surely and |> m a
nently cure yoa. It deitr'.yii ami removes
the cau*e of disease so effectually thit it
cever return*).
The party of scientists in charge of I'ro
fpsEor Goode und under the patronage of
the Northern i'acitic liiilroa I, and who
have so !ocg been exploring the mountains
and valleys of Vakima county, left their
last camp last week in the Tiutan ln-:n,
the enow having fallen so deep as to pre«
elude farther research in that locality thig
season.
•»■ "Many silly people despise the pie
cious. Dot uiKk-rxtandm? it." Bat no one de
p|)ifCß Kidoey Wort after having given it a
trial. Tudsb that have uae.i it agree that it
is by far the btst medicine known. Its action
is prompt, thorough atd lifting. Don't take
pill*, atd other mercurials thit. p ison the
system, bat by using K.H Ley Wort rextore
the natural aciiou of all .ho organs.
Thomas Finlsyson plantrd 100 pounds of
potatoes ou les.) than one-eighth of an acre
of ground ; his yield was 5,550 pound.
This within a <[uarter of a mile of Btker
City, without irrigating. — [Baker City
(Or.) Tribune.
Hourfokd's Acid Phosphate in coLs'.ipa
tinn. Dr. J. X. Robinson, Medin*, C>., Bays :
" I hsve used it in a case of indication and
couK'.ipatior, with good result*. In nervous
prostration ita results am ;.:>].; y ."
Thk royal beauties of Europe owe much tf
their persoDal attractiveness to tbo ii.fluenc*
oC Ayer's Hair Vigor, which keeps the h»ir
fresh acd bright.

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